Explained:How Bharatiya Janata Party Finds Elections Wining Mantra in India?

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he BJP has had strong and charismatic leaders who have been able to connect with the masses. Figures like Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Lal Krishna Advani, and more recently, Narendra Modi, have played pivotal roles in shaping the party's identity and popularity.

New Delhi (ABC Live): The polling dates of Lok Sabha elections 2024 is all set to be announced in first week of March, 2023 and all political parties drawing their respective poll strategies according to their given  merits and compulsions.

As per ABC Political Research team assessment, the Lok Sabha elections 2024 will be contested between BJP and its Allies and the Indian National Congress and its partners before making ground based reports on Numbers of seats both the Alliances will get, ABC Research team tries to analysis the current status of two main parties of both the blocs.

Bharatiya Jana Sangh (BJS) Era (1951-1977): The BJS was founded in 1951. It had a varying number of seats in different elections. In 1977, the BJS merged with several other parties to form the Janata Party.

Janata Party Era (1977-1980): The Janata Party was in power from 1977 to 1980, after winning the general elections held in 1977. It included former members of the BJS. However, internal conflicts led to the dissolution of the Janata Party in 1980.

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Era (1980-Present): The BJP was officially founded in 1980. Since then, its Lok Sabha seat count has varied in different elections. The BJP gained prominence in the 1990s and has been a major political force in India since.

1996: The BJP emerged as the single largest party but fell short of a majority. It formed a short-lived government.

1998 and 1999: The BJP, led by Atal Bihari Vajpayee, secured a majority in both elections, forming the government at the center.

2004: The BJP faced a defeat in the general elections.

2014: The BJP, under the leadership of Narendra Modi, secured a decisive victory and formed the government.

2019: The BJP retained power with a significant majority in the Lok Sabha.

How BJP Finds Elections Wining Mantra in India?

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has experienced a significant rise in Indian politics over the past few decades. Several factors have contributed to the BJP's ascent:

Leadership: The BJP has had strong and charismatic leaders who have been able to connect with the masses. Figures like Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Lal Krishna Advani, and more recently, Narendra Modi, have played pivotal roles in shaping the party's identity and popularity.

Hindutva Ideology: The BJP's emphasis on Hindutva, a term associated with Hindu nationalism, has resonated with a substantial portion of the Indian electorate. The party has positioned itself as a defender of Hindu interests and cultural values, attracting support from various sections of society.

Economic Development: The BJP has often presented itself as a party focused on economic development. The Gujarat model of development, which Narendra Modi implemented during his tenure as Chief Minister, was highlighted as a successful example, contributing to the party's appeal among voters seeking economic progress.

Strategic Alliances: The BJP has been adept at forming alliances with regional parties, expanding its reach and influence in various states. Building coalitions has allowed the BJP to create broader political networks and gain support in diverse regions.

Effective Communication: The party has excelled in using modern communication strategies, particularly social media, to connect with the masses. The effective use of technology has helped the BJP disseminate its message, counter opposition narratives, and engage with voters directly.

National Security and Tough Stance on Terrorism: The BJP has emphasized a strong stance on national security and anti-terrorism measures. In particular, events like the Balakot airstrikes in 2019 have bolstered the party's image as being tough on security issues.

Anti-Incumbency: In several instances, the BJP has capitalized on anti-incumbency sentiments against other political parties. Dissatisfaction with the performance of regional parties or the Indian National Congress has led voters to seek alternatives, with the BJP often being the beneficiary.

Welfare Schemes: The BJP-led government has implemented various welfare schemes, such as the Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana, Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, and Ayushman Bharat, which have had a tangible impact on the lives of many citizens, contributing to the party's popularity.

It's important to note that political dynamics are complex and multifaceted, and the rise of a political party like the BJP is the result of a combination of historical, social, economic, and political factors.

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